The 2019 Isle Of Wight Festival ended last night as Biffy Clyro closed the Main Stage in spectacular fashion, with pyrotechnics and fireworks aplenty.
The Isle Of Wight Festival saw George Ezra mark his first-ever major summer festival headline performance last night (June 15th), with special guest Fatboy Slim keeping the Main Stage party going into the night.
The Isle Of Wight Festival main stage arena officially opened yesterday (Friday 15th June) as the sun shone on Seaclose Park for the first full day of live music performances.
“This year, there are really strong strands to the festival, which will resonate differently with everyone – from contemporary theatre to diverse music, the best in family entertainment and outdoor spectacles. Our focus has been on creating unforgettable experiences, using our spaces in an innovative way, which fully embraces our mission and commitment to delivering unusual quality productions and performers for all – enabling everyone to keep seeing things differently.”
“Become The Beatles” will be in Strawberry Fields for everyone to enjoy over 13th – 16th June and fans can secure their ticket to the festival now
“The success of the 80sFest means we have outgrown our previous venue, and we are confident that Sale FC Rugby have the expertise and infrastructure we need to deliver the 80sFest now and into the future.”
Spanning a phenomenal weekend of music, arts, food & drink, entertainment and fun for the whole family – Standon Calling 2019 stands as a true culmination of the festival summer with an array of must-see moments
Organisers of the Hale Barns Carnival 2019 have revealed its exciting weekend programme of free family fun. This year’s event takes place across the weekend of Saturday 20 July and Sunday 21 July 2019, with plenty of activities for all ages.